"Recursive file organization?"

Post #302622933 by scribling on Thursday 12th of April 2012 10:03:30 PM

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Recursive file organization?

Does anyone have any idea of how I can make something like the code below run recursively?

I'll run it on a tree of directories all with different names and all containing a sequence of .dpx files. I've tried to do it using find and exec but can't get it to work right.

What it needs to do is find .dpx files in any sub-directory and move them into a new directory called 2880x1640, in their current directory.

.../xyz_XXX_XXX/xyz_XXX_XXX.00000.dpx needs to become

The file and it's parent directory are named identically, if that makes any difference.

It'll run in a bash shell.

for f in "$@"
mkdir $f/2880x1640
mv $f/*.dpx $f/2880x1640

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LFC-RM(1)							 LFC User Commands							 LFC-RM(1)

lfc-rm - remove LFC files or directories in the name server SYNOPSIS
lfc-rm [-f] [-i] filename... lfc-rm [-f] [-i] -r dirname... DESCRIPTION
lfc-rm removes LFC files or directories in the name server. For directories either -r or -R must be present. For regular files, it calls lfc_unlink while for directories, it calls lfc_rmdir. This requires write permission in the parent directory and the file itself. If write permission on an entry is denied, the standard input is a terminal and the -f option is not given, the prompt "override write protection" appears and if the response is not y, the entry is not deleted. Entries directly under a protected directory are never deleted. path specifies the LFC pathname. If path does not start with /, it is prefixed by the content of the LFC_HOME environment variable. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: -f Do not give an error message if the file/directory does not exist. -i Request acknowledge before removing each individual entry. -R Recursive mode (equivalent to -r). -r Recursive mode. EXIT STATUS
This program returns 0 if the operation was successful or >0 if the operation failed. SEE ALSO
Castor_limits(4), lfc_rmdir(3), lfc_unlink(3) AUTHOR
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$Date: 2002/10/18 11:57:00 $ LFC-RM(1)

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